As an adjective lain
As a verb larn is
(northern england) especially
(geordie) to teach or to learn.
(oriented in a horizontal position, situated).
- He had lain there for many hours.
- The book had lain on the attic floor until it was found decades later.
* The past participle of is lied.
* The past participle of is laid.
From (etyl) .
(obsolete) To conceal, keep quiet about.
*:Also broder sir Agrauayne and sir mordred in lyke wyse sir Launcelot rescowed yow bothe and thre score and two from sir Turquyn / Me thynketh broder suche kynde dedes and kyndenes shold be remembryd / doo as ye lyst sayd syr Agrauayne for I wylle layne it no lenger
(Northern England) especially (Geordie) To teach or to learn.
- Larn yersel te taalk propa like!
* learn (Standard English)
* teach (Standard English)